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5 movies that explain the 2008 financial crisis - Vox
The causes and effects of the meltdown are still with us. These movies help explain why.
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What Happened to the 15-Hour Workweek? | The Polymath Project
Almost a century ago in 1930, the great economist John Maynard Keynes predicted that, by the 21st century, we would grow so wealthy that we would only need to work 15 hours a week. Keynes was half-right. We did grow wealthy—even wealthier than he predicted. via Pocket
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yesterday by ChristopherA
A better way to anticipate downturns | McKinsey
Moreover, the pattern of crisis development shows clearly enough that the one thing we can know for certain is that economic crises will erupt in the future—in part because the credit markets work almost as if designed to cause them.
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